April 28, 2022Pacific Workplaces (PAC), the San Francisco-based flexible office space provider, is opening a new coworking space in Downtown Las Vegas. The grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting with Mayor Carolyn Goodman will take place on Tuesday, May 24 from 3-5 pm at 300 South 4th Street, 6th FloorThis will be PAC’s 18th flexible office location and the second in Nevada.

“This is an important milestone and a recognition of the growing role that Las Vegas has taken as a business and innovative hub in the West, and we wanted to be part of it,” said Laurent Dhollande, CEO of Pacific Workplaces.

The 16,636 square foot flex office space will offer a mix of private offices and team rooms, open coworking space, dedicated desks, meeting rooms, gig internet, a podcast room, lounge areas, a designated wellness room, and fun, enlightening events that will be a magnet for the Vegas business community. It is located within a couple of blocks from the City Justice Court, the Federal Courthouse, City Hall, close to the Zappos HQ, and a few blocks away from the 18B Arts district and its myriad of food and micro-brewery options.

Pacific Workplaces Las Vegas Coworking Space and Dedicated Desks

Pacific Workplaces Las Vegas Private Office Space

Las Vegas Meeting Rooms Jury Conference Room

The State of Nevada in general, and Las Vegas in particular, is becoming a magnet for innovative businesses, which is why Pacific Workplaces is expanding here. The State Policy Reports, published by Federal Funds Information for States, ranks Nevada as the best economy in the country, beating out Texas and Florida. Nevada is the leading state in employment change, ahead of Hawaii and California. Nevada’s employment increased by 9.7% over the prior year, compared to a national average of 4.7%, as reported in the Vegas Business Digest.

Pacific Workplaces is bringing its own innovative approach to coworking in Vegas and wants to open in style. “We’ll have an island theme for our Grand Opening party,” said Becky Simi, Managing Partner at Pacific Workplaces. “It will be a major event in Vegas with the participation of Mayor Goodman for the ribbon cutting ceremony, and a fun event with prizes and other goodies.” To join the Vegas movers and shakers at this event, you must register here. “We encourage people to register soon, as the audience will be limited by the capacity of the floor,” added Simi.

Chicago-based Workplace Studio is responsible for the unique design. “When designing this space, we developed a strategy that optimized the natural light and incredible mountain views,” said Kelly Bozelka, Managing Director of Workplace Studio. “Central to our design is an event space where users can network and build on this sense of community. We also incorporated diverse flex and private spaces to accommodate the constantly evolving needs of users throughout their workday.” The center features 58 private offices, 6 meeting rooms, and close to 50 dedicated desks and open coworking workstations.


About Pacific Workplaces
Pacific Workplaces (PAC for short) are great flexible offices and coworking places, with a wide range of part-time and full-time furnished office spaces including virtual offices, private offices, dedicated desks, open coworking and mini-suites, in a shared infrastructure environment, with curated communities that maximize networking opportunities and serendipity. Members have access to meeting rooms, coworking areas, business lounges, gig Internet, VoIP telephony, phone answering services, admin support and preferential access to a network of 950  touchdown locations worldwide, under a Workplace-as-a-Service model. PAC centers are located in Northern California and Nevada. All 18 locations are operated by PBC Management LLC under the Pacific Workplaces and NextSpace brands.